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The story of Euston / by Hazel V. Porter
Bib ID 1670996
Format BookBook
Author
Porter, Hazel V
 
Description [S.l.] : H. Porter, [1949] 
40 p. : ill., map ; 19 cm. 
Summary

A story of Euston, a township located on the Murray River in New South Wales; describes burial practices of the local Aboriginal people; also describes the early years of the township; the use of paddlesteamers and other water vessels to transport goods to other towns; the lives of settlers and Aboriginal people; trading along the river; homesteads; agriculture and industry; human remains - predominately skeletal (photograph)

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Death - Human remains.  |  Environment - Lakes and rivers.  |  Daily life.  |  Transport - Water - Paddlesteamers.  |  History.  |  Settlement and contacts - Settlers.  |  Sites - Mortuary sites and cemeteries.  |  Euston (N.S.W.) -- History.  |  Euston (SW NSW SI54-12)

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